Musgrave Minerals’ Glittering Quarterly Report Signaling Robust Progress, Stock Soars 3%

  • Jul 31, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Australian gold-focused company Musgrave Minerals Limited (ASX: MGV) in its June Quarterly report indicated noteworthy exploration-related developments at its Cue Gold Project. 

At Break of Day deposit, a large RC and diamond drilling program commenced at Starlight gold discovery. While a parallel gold lode, White light was discovered 75m south of Starlight. The drilling at Starlight returned high-grade near-surface results, which would underpin the resource estimate update in late Q3, 2020. 

As part of the Evolution Mining Earn-in and Exploration Joint Venture on Lake Austin, strong regolith gold halos have been identified in regional aircore drilling and phase 2 follow-up drilling has commenced. 

In April 2020, MGV completed an oversubscribed share placement raising $6 million before cost. During the quarter, it sold 7.5 million Legend Mining shares and exercised 10 million options, realising a net gain of $634,000 cash and a retained holding of 12.5 million Legend shares. 

Post the significant update, MGV stock edged up by ~3% to $0.695 (at 11:51 AM)


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